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been financing this paycheck deduction measure and financing the anti-jerry brown tax measure, though he apparently didn't think he was. that's another story. and yet tom, the hedge fund manager, financing prop 39, i think that's the only one that looks safe at this point. and up got to wonder, i mean, what is it they want? do they see a civic duty, do they see a political future for them? tom, they wonder what he's going to do. but jerry brown is a guy who has been vexed by the munger family. in this race. right? molly munger's prop 38 could be drawing support away from him and her brother charlie munger is financing the campaign apparently to kill his tax measure. >> belva: did one of them put more money in this week? >> the brother, charles, into this political action committee called the small business action committee. i'm not sure there are any small businesses involved in it. that's been fueling this no on 30, yes on 32 mix. this is a tremendous amount of money. and i don't think any of us who watch california politics, the folks there in the studio or me, are surprised this is
scott brown is trailing the democratic challenger elizabeth warren by six points. here's elaine quijano. >> the folks that i'm meeting day after day after day in this commonwealth, they're saying to me, "you go, girl. he voted against jobs and that affects me. he voted against extension of unemployment and that affects me. he voted against equal pay for equal work and that affects me." >> reporter: 63-year-old elizabeth warren is trying to take back the senate seat now held by republican scott brown. brown stunned democrats in 2010 by winning the office the late senator ted kennedy held for 46 years. >> good luck! >> reporter: the harvard law professor who's never run for political office designed the president's consumer financial protection bureau. she's cultivated a reputation as a wall street watchdog. >> i'm not a professional politician. i got in this race because working families and little businesses have been drawing the short end of the stick for far too long now. and washington is rigged to work for big oil, to work for wall street. >> reporter: there are a lot of people on w
in the policy arena is legislation by senator brown of ohio to require banks to hold no more than 2% in their wholesale liabilities in relationship to gdp. and that's a number we need to think about that. other people have lot of other numbers. as dodd-frank demonstrates, these issues are imperfect. i think jerry comiss owe said that. this is tough. we can debate the size and the complexity issues, but we're in a difference world, so what to do now. and i think here we need the balanced regulatory framework i mentioned before, a few relatively simple things. the the dodd-frank framework, the basel framework, the global regulatory arena is very complicated with a lot of unintended, cross-cutting effects that i think about as, like, bumper cars. the studies that were discussed that my firm put out, um, were discussed a bit in the earlier panel try to take this on by looking at the array of major financial rules, mapping them out for both their key provisions, intended effects and unintended effects. we don't say all of these unintended or even perverse results will happen. we map them
on tuesday. steve brown is live for us in mansfield, ohio, with the latest. hi, steve. >> hi there. yes, ohio presidential campaigns, it could be argued or split into two halves. election day, the second half. leading up to that, about getting folks to vote early, that's the first half. and that's the strength of the obama campaign. by aklimmation, it's expected obama will go into election day here in ohio with an edge. the question is, how great an edge? why the emphasis on early voting? essentially for every supporter you get to the polls, that means your concentration of resource social security working on a smaller universe of potential voters to try and influence. so in their view, it is a more efficient way of getting folks to the polls and a winning formula. they brought in people to provide a little bit of motivation, if you will. the afl-cio president, richard trumka, obama ally, was talking to unionized folks about their interest or their -- what's in their best interest in getting this president reelected is that the top of trumka's list and he was stealing from the president's own
criticized california governor jerry brown and democrats at the rnc in august. take a listen. >> jerry brown, jerry brown, i mean, he won the new jersey presidential primary over jimmy carter when i was 14 years old. [laughter] charles: all right, that's a lot of time to get things wrong. republican candidate for u.s. senate in california is joining us now. you know, a lot of people here, the republican challenger, and they say wow we're going to see a glutton for punishment. elizabeth, listen, you know, obviously you face a real uphill battle. why is it, though? why is it that way? how come california which just has devastating ugly economic data and the trends have been so awful for years, why is it still so hard for republicans to get people to realize this and stop it? >> well, good morning, charles. well, first of all, you know, governor christie also said california, don't give up on your state. and i don't think it's going to be quite as bad as michael reagan was saying. i actually think we're turning things around in california. here's the reality, right now 70% of californians final
're not mentioning here that plays directly into the ohio race, and that's the senate race going on there. brown who is a wonderful senator and fantastic candidate who took votes all along the eastern border of ohio, well better than most democrats do, he's ahead. he's going to beat josh mendel in that senate race. i think you'll see reverse coattails and sherrod brown, who is a fantastic senate candidate, win. and that's going to help barack obama. people will see both names on the ballot rather, and they're going to strovote for both of t. it will help get president obama over the finish line in ohio. >> we'll be watching. thank you, gentlemen. >>> new details surrounding hurricane sandy. we heard that the holland tunnel and brooklyn battery tunnel will close in manhattan at 2:00 this afternoon. parts of lower manhattan are already taking on a little water. anne thompson is at new york city's battery park right now. what's the situation? >> hey, chris. we've got new information that the fdr, that is the eastbound highway on -- east side highway on manhattan is going to close. it's currently closed
three weeks. it doesn't matter to them. they are eager to help out. vince brown. >> as far as the crews go, they are really ready to jump in and do whatever they can. >> we are expected to have broken linings, broken poles, transformers destroyed. a mess. >> dan: they are ready to deal with it. most of teams have helped other agencies before. teams are expected to arrive in new york and hit the ground running. >> abc news will air a one hour special report tonight at 10:00 over on abc7 before our late news on channel 7. hope you can tune in for that. now to your voice, your vote. one initiative on the ballot that is not getting a lot of attention. it's aimed at fighting sex trafficking. contrary to what many americans think, its major problem in the united states, especially here in the bay area. tonight we give you a look at what it is all about. >> he a college graduate with a bright future but she begin life battling drugs and violence. >> third time i ran away from home was at the age of 14. that is when i met my first trafficer. >> she was vulnerable and man exploited her knew what
if his name was joe brown, a regular name? would they be treating him any better? maybe go at him a different way. >> just a different way. >> they went after bill clinton in a different way. it was very particular to his character and his life story, and they said he was a hippie, said he was manchurian candidate. >> a murderer. they called him a murderer. >> but this guy -- >> he's not an american. keep coming back to he's not an american. >> let's go back to the candidate on the other side. there's two candidates running for president. thank good trump isn't one. thank good sununu is not one. romney and obama. romney has had adequate opportunity throughout this campaign to come out and say, i will not put up with this. nobody who speaks for me shall talk like this anymore. you're all finished. i don't want trump on my side. remember that genuflection out in vegas? sununu is designated as his co-chair. he is out there officially. we just saw when he did his correction, it came out of the romney headquarters. this is orchestrated. >> exactly. >> i keep waiting, it's way too late
they are still polls. i think brown is probably ahead. i think the democrat is leading by 5 points. he will run a little bit ahead of president obama in the state. he appeals to some voters that obama does not appeal to simply because he's been there along time. i think brown ends up being safe. bill nelson has survived an onslaught of more than $20 million in outside ad spending. he's running against representative connie mack. while mack has had the potential to make it real contest, he has not. nelson is running it pretty close, six. . that's our it will end up on election day,. virginia was tied for very long time. there were 6000 poles in a row that showed it at a tie. -- there were 6000 polls in a row that showed it at a tie. we did the washington post poll that showed romney leading by a much larger number of earlier this week i do and think tim kaine is ahead by 3 points. on election day, this will be really close contest. i still give tim kaine the edge, a tort allen is not dead by any means. host: if you are interested in hearing from those candidates, we have covered man
things in brown paper wrappers -- [laughter] >> lives under a rock. >> 1627 i street northwest, suite 700. [laughter] >> other questions? yes. questions over here. >> quick question, mr. horton. i was wondering -- [inaudible] pretty much agree with everything that you said. i was really surprised, though, to hear you characterize bradley manning as not a whistleblower. i was wondering if you felt the same way about daniel else burg. and mr. ellsberg thought it was pretty hard to distinguish between the two of them. >> yes, he has said that and, in fact, i publicly disagreed with him once. no, i think a whistleblower is disclose you are specific -- disclosing specific information that he's found that relates to some wrongdoing or something that the public urgently needs to know. and what bradley manning was doing was just global. it was all the confidential cable traffic that he was able to access. he was turning over. so that's really not the sort of filtering and not the sort of motivation that i associate with a whistleblower. i think, by the way, the one major unexplored question conce
but inside the home to protect information and attorney alex brown is here with good advice. what are some of the things we should do in our home for insurance coverage? >> probably the best thing you can do is think about not only how to prevent damage during the storm but after the storm when it's over when are -- what are going to need for an insurance claim? having pictures, an inventory of personal property and copy of insurance policy is really important because if you need to make a claim, the insurance company will say what proof do you have of valuables and having an inventory, a videotape. you can do it on the iphone. having that is really key. >> so in terms of insurance coverage, you want to find your policy today. >> absolutely. >> make sure it's up to date. is it too athlete get -- late to get it up to date today? >> you have to call your agent. but as a general matter, most people don't have flood insurance and that's one of the things you want to look: you want to talk to your agent about that. >> is anyone going to give you flood insurance right now with a hurricane bearin
twitter is you can see in real time what people say. so judith brown's advancement project informed me that we have 13,000 different voting jurisdictions. not just 50 states. it's 13,000 jurisdictions. so 13,000 different ways to vote. and i think we need to do what the right did after 2008. they had a plan around all these voting suppression laws. and they implemented them especially after the 2010 midterms. what is -- for progressives, what's the plan to take up this issue that's not sexy for four years in between elections and then all of a sudden the month or two life the election we get all energized about it? what ate plan over the next four years, eight years to make voting a constitutional right? >> and nothing that judith brown is on that -- the fact is there are group, folks like the brennan center and like the advancement project. but i do think it still requires our elected officials despite the fact that they have the economy to deal with and immigration and health care and all that, i do think it ultimately will require at the federal level some support in saying this is
. obama for president. steve brown live from columbus, ohio with the story on why. steve. >> yeah, megyn the united mine workers of america decided to sit this one out, if you will. the two things you need to know about eastern iowa, southeastern iowa is this. one, that it's among the swingeist areas of the state that they split tickets a lot out there and it's up for grabs. two, coal is huge and provides some of the best paying blue collar jobs. it is not unusual for someone working in mining out there to work 60, 70 hours a week with really terrific benefits. and given the overall economic picture out there it provides some of the best employment opportunities outside of retail. >> it's the only job around here. i mean if you're not in the medical field, coal minor, steel millions are shut down. they sent those to china you've got school teach, medical, coal mining: toxins coming out of smokes tax have put a crimp in coal fire electric generating plants. a dozen of those have shut down in the state of ohio. as a consequence so say coal mining operators seven mines in the state have be
'll start with a tune. see if you guys recognize it. >> charlie brown? >> yeah. charles schultz, the creator of peanuts. the next time you want to make fun of charlie brown, just know he is dripping in gucci. the estate raked in $37 million last year. let's move to number three. this one's pretty easy. elvis. elvis pulled in $55 million through his music and cirque du soleil show. some are saying elvis shouldn't be on this list because he was recently spotted outside a criskrispy kreme in utah. number two, michael jackson. pulled in $45 million. number one, liz taylor. she pull in money from a record-breaking auction. >> perfume. >> and her big quote. big girls deserve big diamonds. >> i thought it would be michael jackson. we're back in a moment, but first this is "today" on nbc. mayor: casino owners in west virginia are spending millions against question seven. that upsets me. and that upsets jonathan ogden. you don't want to upset jonathan ogden. ogden: no you don't. mayor: question seven means thousands of jobs and millions for our schools. but these west virginia casinos want to keep it
that scott brown pulled out of the debate -- >> yeah but it's hard -- this isn't him trying to use -- like he did the first time, which was pull out of the debate because, quote unquote, there were votes in the senate which was bogus. nobody wanted to have that debate. >> so the headline was just that he had pulled out but he was the first to announce it -- >> he was the first to make a big noise about it but that debate wouldn't have happened. it would have been the fourth debate and it wouldn't have moved the needle either way, and second of all why bother? no one would have paid at attention to it. so i said this all along, this is still a two or three-point race up here. there is a new "boston globe" poll that shows it tied, but i'm not really sure on that. i still think she is up by about two or three, and she is going to have to race right to the line. >> is it a get out the vote issue now? >> yeah. >> or is something hurting her? >> no, nothing is hurting her right now. he is out with a bunch of ad that is saying he is hot with the chicks. [ laughter ] >> you know
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people here in battery park city, heather mcalister sent me a tweet and said we have brown bag meals to deliver to hoboken. she saw my reports, and she wanted to get them to hoboken and said how can i deliver. i said take them to city hall. she delivered amazing meals. also, a great man on twitter who has been following me, has a brazilian restaurant here in the city, brought 300 meals to hoboken to help those people out. the more we can get those messages and people saying i have the resources, what can we do and how can i help? those are the meals delivered to hoboken yesterday. >> rescue workers carrying young people and people through the water. >> yeah. >> you know, i mean, look at that. you just see that and it's people self-lessly giving of themselves to make sure others are okay. >> and just to see, i mean, even from the air when i was in a helicopter seeing a front loader picking up a couple and their dog, and carrying them through the water in hoboken, and delivering them to safe dry ground. >> willie, you're from jersey. it's hard on everybody to see this at your home stat
had 80,000 peope in part because of a cleveland browns game and this time there are several thousand but no where near 80,000 mentors in the suburb of chef clef. he - cleveland. he is now the incumbent and the problem he is dealing with. mitt romney is running as a cand date of change. we have seen the president pushing back. saying that mitt romney is not a cand date of change and charge that he is pushing old failed policies of the past. hing am bring jay z and bruce springsteen. and the president last case here is to say look. there is progress. you saw the unemployment kick up slightly and a creation of jobs 170,000 and better than expected. and he's saying it is not good enough and slow process and noting here in the state of ohio. unemployment rate is 7 percent and better than the national average. they believe in the obama camp it would be a midwestern fire for them and they will carry it and make it hard for obama to reach the electorial votes he needs to take it away from the president. >> neil: we look at the president's travel plans. i am confused of the polls. we know fro
to senators on both democrat and republican sides of the aisle, senator rob portman and sherrod brown about this ad. take a listen. >> i say it is the most disingenuous ad i've ever seen. they know better. they know the auto rescue worked. they know that ohio reasons connected directly or indirectly to the auto rescue and they know that governor romney and my opponent's opposition to the auto rescue, they're trying to crowd the issue and it is pretty outrageous. >> it is their game to the extent it is reported in the media and that's all they have said, there is reports this could happen. the bigger issue for me is what i talked about today who has the best policies to be sure we can continue to manufacture here in america. >> so we should also say that the gm actually weighed in very unusually on this romney ad with a spokesman calling it the worst kind of cynical campaign politics. there is some pushback from the industry about this very controversial ad. >> and, john, big picture here, the latest poll showing us the president has a little bit, a slight edge in ohio right now. but how muc
to decision make. >> michael bloomberg is supporting scott brown in that race for exactly the same reason because he said he supports independent thinkers. >> i think they do have two good candidates. but i know elizabeth well and i think she will be independent. i think if you look at her sources of campaign support, she's got a huge base of small donors. she really is smart and she'll be a player from day one if she gets elected. looks like she will. >> out on the edge supporting a democrat. >> for the first time -- >> yes, yes, yes. let's get to some other stories making news. >> all right, soledad. hard numbers in the aftermath of superstorm sandy are just so great. 92 americans dead, 3.5 million power customers still in the dark. estimated losses up to $50 billion. a lot of residents if hard-hit staten island, new york, they're just very angry that the new york city marathon will still be held on sunday. the race actually starts on staten island, and they say resources should not be diverted from the recovery efforts there. meanwhile homeland security secretary janet napolitano will
. >> oh, my gosh. listen, let's get down to business, brown noser, nevada is feeling a bit more optimistic, but the unemployment rate is still so high there. are there really signs of broader growth? >> reporter: there are. it is stunning that the president has held on to a lead, a slim lead in this state as he has because the unemployment is so bad. 12.3% in clark county, 11.8% in nevada. the worst in the nation. not only here at the stratosphere but there are buildings across town that have been stopped, the construction stopped for more than a year now. they're starting to start up again. the one big statistic i heard, which is a tiny statistic, the housing prices here. since 2007, they have gone down. in the last month, they went up by 1%. and that, for people in the housing market here, is huge. don? >> miguel, in all seriousness, great report. it makes a viewer watch. really good. thank you. i appreciate you joining us. miguel marquez. >>> cnn gets an underground look at the nation's busiest transportation system. have you ever been underground the new york city subway system. it is
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. look at the flooding. you see the exact line where it was at its highest point. you can see that brown smudge line up there. and the consistency of the water is really bad. it's putrid. you can smell the fuel mixing in with sewage, debris, you've got the fuel. the only thing i can really equate that water to, people are actually walking through it believe it or not, to get to their places, it's just like that star wars scene, the trash compactor water where the monster comes up and looks around, that's exactly what it looks like. it's unreal. even getting here this morning was a pain in the neck. the national guard camein, which was great, but they had all kind of road closures still due to water. there's no power in the city. we're trying to weave in and out of the cities to get here safely. there are live wires down. even getting here from newark, usually you can see manhattan it's lit up beautiful, newark beautifully. newark is black. no lights on. southern tip of manhattan totally black as well and no cars on the road. it was absolutely really terrifying coming in here this morning
than people than 80,000. last time it was outside of cleveland browns game. what the campaign is saying, this weekend and other events will bring out a lot of celebrities and believe they will have really big crowds. they are he going to be katy perry, dave mathews, stevie wonder, bruce springsteen and jay-z on pit bull. performers throughout the country and events at battle ground states trying to boost the crowds. in 2008 the president did an event in the final weekend, in a state he was not winning, but he was trying to expand the map and trying to win republicans over to his column and this side, more on defense, states he won last time that he wants to keep in his column, wisconsin tlie visit this final weekend. in ohio six visits and the reason they say they're doing that and playing that defense, they think if the president can win wisconsin and ohio, et cetera, it's going to be sort of a midwestern firewall that will be hard for mitt romney to get to 270 electoral votes to win. >> ed henry it sounded like the band had come to conclusion and probably thought you'd be able to do t
and fire department. our time keeper and washington university. a floral gallery. brown shoe company. and the chamber president. executive directer ellen gail and associate directer. don't forget to vote on tuesday november 6th. this con cloud our program for the u.s. senate race. thank you for joining us. we stand adjourned. ♪ [applause] >>> been watching a debate between candidates to become missouri's next senator. all campaign 2012 live on the c-span television network. c-span radio and c spain.org. you can get live schedule updates on twitter and find us on facebook. the road to the white house continues in the wake of hurricane sandy be sure to join us later when they host a rally for mitt romney. that will be live at k5u 30 this afternoon also on c-span. and later, mitt romney will speak in jacksonville, florida. joined by jeb bush at the event. watch it live at 8:00 p.m. eastern. you can see it on c-span. >>> i have watched shows on the weekend and interviewing politician and the politicians are talk abouting what they're doing in congress and different legislation or diffe
night on "the young turks," cenk uygur actually interviewed chris brown, former director of fema. and he declarefied the statement that he made about president obama. in his words he wasn't actually attacking obama. what he was saying, allegedly was that if obama had waited a little bit until the governors had actually had some time to work and do some things, he would have gotten more political mileage out of the situation. >> we're talking about michael brown, not chris brown. >> caller: michael brown. >> stephanie: what does rihanna think? >> i think he would do a better job than michael brown. >> stephanie: chris brown. i'm not a fan. >> not so much for women. but everything else. >> stephanie: see, that's the thing. you can tell the president is not calculating what's political. that's why it is authentic. he is just doing what he think is best. here's the other thing we keep saying. it is not not like one gaffe or one statement. whether it is all of the rapey republicans. have all of their thoughts --
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